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How to develop your long-term strategic plan
Long-term strategic planning will give you an overview of the direction of your school improvement over the next 3-5 years. Find out how to develop a robust plan that will help you achieve your school's vision. Plus, download our template plan to save you time writing your own.
- How is a long-term strategic plan different to a SIP/SDP?
- Lean on your school leaders and governors for their expertise
- Make sure your vision statement still reflects your school's aspirations
- Hear from your school community to identify priorities for action
- Once you've decided on your priorities, check they tie into your vision
- How to write clear objectives and actions
- Map out what you can realistically achieve each year
- Use our template to write up your plan
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